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retro trailer: ‘Laura’

Take a look back at an old trailer… “She’s day-ud, wrapped in plastic…” No, wait, that was the other Laura, Laura Palmer of Twin Peaks. Though David Lynch took a lot of inspiration from this classic 1944 movie. If you haven’t seen Laura, well, you’re in for a treat… “Every woman will feel that when … more…

trailer break: ‘Surveillance’

Take a break from work: watch a trailer… In case you’re not already clued in, director and cowriter Jennifer Lynch is, indeed, David Lynch’s daughter, and yes, she inherited the freaky-weird-moviemaker gene. Also, just about everyone appearing in this movie — definitely French Stewart, Julia Ormond, and Bill Pullman — also have that gene. I … more…

my week at the movies: ‘Land of the Lost,’ ‘The Hangover,’ ‘Surveillance,’ ‘Imagine That,’ ‘Cheri,’ ‘Downloading Nancy,’ ‘Sex Positive’

I’m not expecting much from Land of the Lost (opens in the U.S. on June 5, and in the U.K. on July 31) — certainly nothing along the lines of the weird-ass freaky science fiction shit that blew my mind as an eight-year-old watching the original Saturday morning TV show. If it’s as mildly amusing … more…

Donnie Darko (review)

Donnie Darko in, in fact, what Ferris Bueller’s Day Off might have been if David Lynch had ever gotten his hands on it, a daring, disturbing, visionary debut from 26-year-old writer/director Richard Kelly.